Johnnie Walker Red Label

70cl / 40%
  • Blended Scotch Whisky
Johnnie Walker Red Label
Web Exclusive Price £19.95 £16.63 ex VAT (£28.50 per litre)
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Johnnie Walker Red Label was launched in its current form by brothers George and Alexander Walker in 1909, though it had existed as Walker's Special Old Highland Red Label for some years previously. Alexander blended a type of whisky which is more suited to mixing with soda than the heavier, more old-fashioned whiskies, and named it after his grandfather, who had started the family business in 1820. Today it is the world's most popular whisky and is sold in more than 200 markets world-wide.
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Scotland
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Johnnie Walker Red Label Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting notes by Billy A

    Nose: Sour apple, toffee and light spice. Hints of vanilla sponge and caraway.

    Palate: Soft and gentle, with sweet grain, sour apple, vanilla cream and white pepper. Caramel and toffee sweetness develops.

    Finish: Short and sweet, with growing apple skin tannin and a touch of fruit.

  • Producer's Tasting Notes

    Nose: Hints of fresh apple, pear and the spark of zest from the elegant Speyside malts. 

    Palate: Fruity sweetness, cinnamon and pepper crackling on the centre of your tongue.

    Finish: A sophisticated, smoky finish - the signature of all Johnnie Walker blends.

64 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    9 days ago

    I just love drinking this, by itself room temperature. I get energetic when i drink this(singing dancing with friends), doesnt get you sleepy after a few shots. Cheeerrsssssss

  • 4
    11 January

    Well I think it's a better scotch as compared to other non deluxe whiskies.

  • 3
    14 December 2016

    The red label was the first whisky I ever tried I like its spicy nature but no matter how I drink it with water, neat, on the rocks, or with coke I always have a headache the next day

  • 2
    22 November 2016

    I have always found the JW Red to be a little rough. Not good value for the price. There are better alternatives for the price.

  • 4
    28 September 2016

    For me it's the best low-end blended whisky ever.

  • 5
    25 May 2016

    One of the smoothest whiskies I have ever enjoyed

  • 4
    5 May 2016

    Just wanna say no one cant compare JWR to 100 pipers. No way!!! JWR anytime anywhere

  • 5
    4 May 2016

    Double black is marvelous with perfect woody aftertaste. Best of all.

  • 1
    19 March 2016

    totally disgusting, tastes and smells like kerosene, don;t know how anyone with either of those senses can say threy like it...

  • 1
    29 October 2015

    I had Black Label first, and for me, there''s no comparison - Black is a huge jump in quality from Red Label. JW Red Label tastes light and cheap. If you''re looking for a great lighter blended scotch, go for Ballantine''s Finest; it runs circles around this stuff.

  • 4
    13 September 2015

    Great value. If it was good enough for Winston Churchill it''s fine for me

  • 2
    27 August 2015

    Least end of Johnnie Walker products. Doest taste gud except for people who used to drink low end cheap stuff. One gud thing is the brand name and no doubt on quality.

  • 5
    15 June 2015

    Johnnie (Sleep) Walker... This Speyside mix makes me sleep like a baby. Love the spicy peppery undertones of this blend. Smokey backbone makes it a starter to explore all the rest of the JW Brand

  • 4
    4 April 2015

    I was surprised with this one, my favorite has always been black label (or blue of course), But tried this at a party where this is all they had, I really liked it''s smoothness... then the price.

  • 5
    6 March 2015

    very nice rum

  • 5
    21 February 2015

    One of my favourites! JW Red never leaves my glass display. Moreover, it gives me that unexplainable taste and smoky aftertaste i''m always looking for as an islay single malt fanatic. Simply the best NAS out there!

  • 3
    17 January 2015

    Its a decent enough budget blend. More than a hint of peat smokiness. Somewhat oily, rich and sweet. Well suited to mixing.

  • 4
    25 December 2014

    Great value for the price. Rough, smokey, and not fruity. I like the oak and the malt notes of this whisky, far better than any other whiskies at the price. In Santiago de Chile you can find it at about $15 bucks.

  • 4
    25 June 2014

    My favourite cheap price blended scotch, a very good all-round, reliable whiskey.

  • pink jaguar 3 January 2014

    Greatest whiskey to celebrate any moment of extreme happiness or to counteract any great moment of sadness - a true friend and companion for moderate drinkers to near teetotallers

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